Saturday, December 22, 2007

Busch Gardens continues free admission for military in 2008

Anheuser-Busch will continue to give free admission to members of the United States military and their families at the nine amusement parks nationwide, a program that has benefitted nearly 4 million since first implemented in 2005.

I applaud Anheuser-Busch for their patriotism. Busch Gardens in Williamsburg sees a large number of military because of its proximity to the Beach area bases.

Military personnel who qualify for free admission include U.S. active duty, active reserve, ready reserve service members, and National Guardsmen. They may bring up to three direct dependents who all receive one day's free admission.

Also included are members of foreign military forces serving in Iraq or Afghanistan or attached to American units in the U.S. for training.

My hat is off to Anheuser-Busch for their patriotism in providing free entertainment for military families who sacrifice so much in the service of our country.

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